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Injury-hit Reds midfielder seeking loan move - reports

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Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey may be sent out on loan to help kick-start his Reds career, after a long-term knee injury threatened to derail his Anfield tenure.

Shelvey missed three months of the season, but did return for the club last six games of the season, including the wins over Birmingham City, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur.

However, just one appearance for Liverpool this season, against Exeter City in the Carling Cup appears to be a big indictor as to Shelvey's involvement this season, in the wake of the signings of Jordan Henderson and Charlie Adam.

 

Liverpool may opt to send Shelvey on loan to the likes of, including Cardiff City, Coventry City, Birmingham City, Hull City and Middlesborough, who have all reportedly registered their interest.

Shelvey has started just four times for Liverpool since his move from Charlton Athletic.

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